ProCircular Information Security Experts Corner

The Importance of Password Entropy

Posted by Josh Magri on May 30, 2019 12:12:30 PM

If you’re reading this, it’s very likely that you know how to use the internet. It’s also likely you’ve made an account on the internet somewhere. When you created your last account, what kind of requirements were you forced to use? For a number of web services, these requirements still follow the 2003 NIST SP 800-63 Appendix A standards that recommend an 8-character minimum, containing one uppercase, one lowercase, one digit, and one special character (Ex: Procircular1!).

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Data Protection, Personal Privacy, hacking, NIST, Passwords

Personal Privacy in the Wake of Reoccurring Data Breaches

Posted by Kyle Den Hartog on Dec 23, 2016 7:45:00 AM

It seems like every other week there is a new data breach in the news. Some notable incursions of 2016 were LinkedIn, Yahoo, and a new one as of December 5th, DailyMotion (a video hosting service).

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Topics: Data Breach, Data Security, Personal Privacy, Personal Data Protection

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